|By Marketwired .||
|March 12, 2014 11:36 AM EDT||
WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- The Courtyard by Marriott Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle, a National Cherry Blossom Festival hotel sponsor, is celebrating the arrival of spring with a unique Cherry Blossom Package. During the festival dates of March 20th - April 13th guests may enjoy The National Cherry Blossom Festival Package including complimentary welcome drinks, a hearty breakfast for up to four guests per guestroom, and special rates starting at $214.00. A standout among hotel packages, this Washington, D.C. springtime package provides an excellent value for comfortable Dupont Circle accommodations.
Visitors to the city and the Cherry Blossom Festival will appreciate the hotel's location -- just a quick walk from the Dupont Circle Metro with its ease of access to the festival's events and the nightlife of neighboring Adams Morgan and Georgetown.
For reservations and more information visit: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasnw-courtyard-washington-dc-dupont-circle/ or call 202.332.9300.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival honors the blooming of Washington, D.C.'s 3,800 Yoshino cherry trees and the friendship between the United States and Japan. Scheduled events include concerts and parties, park ranger-led talks and walks, art exhibits, tea ceremonies and sake tastings, a grand parade, and Sakura Matsuri - Japanese Street Festival. The Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle has partnered with the festival as a sponsor providing a special offer to enhance travelers' accommodations during the season. And inside the Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle the cherry blossoms are never far from view thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the property including the guest rooms.
About Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle
Located minutes from the White House and the National Mall, the Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle offers newly refurbished Dupont Circle accommodations in a vibrant location for business and leisure travelers to Washington, D.C. The newly renovated 147 guestroom hotel features plush beds, flat-screen televisions, complimentary wireless Internet, mini-fridges, laptop safes and generous workspace, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city. The property includes an exercise room, outdoor swimming pool, full-service business center and one meeting room, an on-site casual bistro open for breakfast and dinner, on-site laundry and valet dry cleaning, and accessibility features. Guests are just minutes from the Metro and all of Washington, D.C.'s top attractions including the National Zoo and the Smithsonian.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival presents a diverse array of fun and free springtime events, and Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle's convenient location puts it all within easy reach for visitors. Guests ready to book the Cherry Blossom Package should call (800) 228-9290 and quote code L9Z. To learn more about this centrally located hotel, visit the Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle's website, where there are additional packages and promotions.
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Courtyard Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle
1900 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20009
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